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Nigerian Street Food Tour With Joe Hattab | Crazy Street Life in Lagos is a video where we try Lagos Nigerian street food. We are also gonna be seeing how far $5 can take us on the streets of Lagos Nigeria.
I go on this tour with Joe hattab who is one of the biggest Travel you-tubers in the world. I decided to show him how it goes down in the streets of Lagos. To make it more interesting, we decided to go to the hardest place to film in the world and experience the Crazy Lagos Street life.
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Boli & Groundnut: Made from plantain which is a member of the banana Family. It can be eaten with groundnuts or pepper sauce. It’s one of my favorite street food in Lagos Nigeria.
Indomie Noodles: This a spicy type of noodles that’s eaten as a fast food in Nigeria. It’s specifically made for the days when you in a hurry but still wanna get some food in your belly.
Jollof & Fried Rice: This is one of the most common types of Nigerian dishes. It’s made from rice, a rich tomato sauce and spicy ingredients to give it that rich taste. This dish has caused so many wars across the West Africa countries with a major contender being Ghana Jollof, but we all know which is better.
Ewa Agoyin: This is a Nigerian dish made from beans and spicy sauce. It is usually eaten with an assortments of meat or sometimes boiled eggs.
Cold Street Coffee: This is basically what the name infers. Coffee mixed together in a bowl with Ice blocks to keep it cold. I usually grab one when I’m out in the streets to cool down My body temperature & destress.
Puff Puff: This is made from yeast dough, shaped into balls and deep-fried in groundnut oil until golden brown. It is usually eaten as a quick snack.